Harvest Kitchen Delivers Locally Sourced Home Cooking

. March 5, 2018.
Harvest Kitchen is Washtenaw County’s only prepared food subscription service.
Harvest Kitchen is Washtenaw County’s only prepared food subscription service.

Love a home-cooked meal made with fresh local ingredients but don’t have time to make it? Harvest Kitchen is Washtenaw County’s only prepared food subscription service. You can order one meal, or meals for a year and heat them up whenever you like. Pick meals up from locations in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti. Harvest Kitchen sources all its ingredients from within 100 miles, and uses baked and fermented goods from businesses located in the Washtenaw Food Hub on Whitmore Lake Road. Signature dishes include tasty quiches and hearty soups.

For more info, visit harvest-kitchen.com

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